The Princess of Wales looked ready to do business in a pinstripe suit as she joined her husband in Cardiff for a Black History Month celebration this morning.
Kate, 41, opted for a chic pantsuit for the occasion, which marks the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush in the UK. She chose to wear her brunette tresses in loose curls hanging over her shoulders as the sun shone on her and Prince William, also 41.
The royal couple, who are meeting the elders of the Windrush generation in Grangetown this afternoon, were greeted by a huge crowd of schoolchildren, who waved flags of nations around the world as Kate and William approached.
They also visit a school which has integrated Windrush lessons into its curriculum, teaching pupils about the significant impact the Windrush generation has had on society.
As Kate beamed in the sun, she appeared to be re-wearing the £549 navy pinstripe Holland Cooper blazer she wore to her meeting at Windsor Castle last week with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the during which she, Prince William and the tech boss discussed mental health.
The Princess of Wales looked stylish in a pinstripe suit as she stepped out in Cardiff today to mark the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the Windrush generation in the UK.
Kate and William’s commitments today include a visit to Grange Pavilion in Grangetown, where they meet members of groups including Windrush Cymru Elders, Black History Cymru 365 and the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum of Wales.
The Grange Pavilion is a partnership project between Grange Pavilion Project, Grangetown Community Action, Cardiff University and Cardiff Council which has seen them redevelop a previously vacant bowls pavilion into a community facility.
The space provides a community café, employment and training opportunities and has become a key meeting place for the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum, Windrush Cymru Elders and Black History Cymru 365 for Wales.
The Windrush Cymru Elders group was established in 2017 as part of Race Council Cymru and aims to promote understanding of the concerns and needs of ethnic minority elders while celebrating the contributions of the Windrush generation and people of African descent to Wales.
The Princess of Wales wore the navy pinstripe double-breasted jacket with gold buttons as she arrived at Grangetown.
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Prince William also gave a fist bump to some schoolchildren who were queuing to meet him.
Schoolchildren lined up to fist bump the heir to the throne as he arrived at Grange Pavilion in Cardiff.
Princess Kate couldn’t contain her laughter as she chatted to young royal fans outside the Grange Pavilion.
Schoolchildren waving Welsh flags, as well as flags from other countries around the world, including India, were ready and waiting to greet the royal family.
Princess Kate crouched down to chat with the young schoolchildren gathered to meet her at the Grange Pavilion.
Kate, a mother of three, appeared to be engaged in conversation with the schoolchildren, wrapped in their coats and uniforms.
The Princess of Wales chatted to some schoolgirls who looked a little stunned to meet a princess
The Prince and Princes of Wales were greeted by tiny royal fans as they arrived at Grangetown, Cardiff
Upon arrival, Prince William and Princess Kate were greeted outside the Grange Pavilion, where they are due to meet Windrush seniors.
Kate, 41, teamed the baggy suit with navy pumps and opted for her brunette tresses in loose curls
Princess Late wore a statement watch on her wrist and kept her makeup minimal and natural to mark the occasion.
The Prince and Princess heard about the experiences of elders and the impact this generation has had on Wales since their arrival 75 years ago.
In addition to Elders, Their Royal Highnesses spend time with the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum, a youth advisory committee for Race Council Cymru and made up of young people aged 11 to 25 who seek to be a voice of change for young people from minorities. ethnic groups in Wales.
Finally, the Prince and Princess will also engage with local young people from the Somali community which makes up a large part of Grangetown.
Their Royal Highnesses will spend time with members of Wales Somaliland Youth Links and Cardiff Bay Warriors FC and learn about the community projects they have been involved in – from football to youth unemployment and building youth friendships from Cardiff and Somaliland.